Ashley Judd will share her remarkable story of courage and conviction at WorkHuman 2018 in Austin, Texas, April 2-5.
Ashley, who grew up in a family of successful performing artists, has been a prominent voice in the fight against sexual harassment and for greater transparency and equality in the workplace. She, alongside dozens of other #MeToo “Silence Breakers,” was recently named TIME magazine’s 2017 Person of the Year. The award-winning actress will join a panel of some of the leading voices of the #MeToo movement, shining a light on these enormous issues.
Adam Grant, a Wharton professor and longtime advocate of greater equality in the workplace, will moderate this historic discussion.
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